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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 14 October 1904

-*? ttmnia (EilHm VOLITMB XIV. > Weekly Journal Oevoied to ihe Inleresis ot Lancaster County in Particular; the Northern Hec. and Rappahannoclt .alley in General. and the World at targe. _LRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FKIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1904. NUMBEB 2. C, O. WataWN. Mcl>. I- ?m n \ A. WRENN & SONS, 24 TO40 UNION STREET, NORFOLK, VA., MAKLE THE BUGGIES That are so popiilar in all the Rappahannock section. They are the best on earth for the nioney. Write for Catalogue. BUFFALO GA80LINE MOTORS FOR MlQftK fcOMS Mlfc u^HCHES. 2 TO 40 iioksi: POWSE. CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. NKN1J KOR CATAMKilK. SPECIAl OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. We havesevcral 14 horse-power liuffalo Gasoline Motorg, la8t year's model, with thia year's improveuients, right from factory, which we offer for prompt acceptance at $500, installed in boat. FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTD. Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door Screens....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 14 October 1904

$ht -Vitjiiniu ffitUcn, OEMOCBAT1C WEEKL.Y. MJawKaUPTlOHl |1 ayear.inadvancc W. McDONALl) LEE, EDITOR. OUR TICKET. DEMOCItAT1C HOMINKKS FOB PBESIUENT: ALTON B. PABKKK, Or NKW YOUK. FOB VICE-PKESIOENT: HENRY O. DAV1S, of wbst viaoinia. FOB CONUBESS, F1RST DISTRICT: W. A. JONES, OF niCIIMOM) COUNTY. Frlday, October 14, 1904. "THE kim; is DEAD; LONG i.ivi: THE K1NG." Not with the Bame feelings as generally accompany the above proclamatiou can we reecho these wordg in respect to the passing of the Weems Line of steamers and the advent of another with a different nanie and strangera at the head. The people of this section will un doubtedly open their armg to the uewcomerg, and cooperate with them to the fullest for the begt interests of all concerned?certainly 80 long as onr individual and sectional rightg and conveniences are respected; but the passing of old frieud8 is not to be ao lightly weighed as nations do the demise of a ruler and change of regime. When, on Tuesday at the hour of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 14 October 1904

LOCAL MENTION. S All communlcatlona ahould l>*? inl Iruaaol to 'e TigaMIHia I llllgal lrviii?ctuu. Va. J. T. Kilee was in Norfolk Monday on buslneaa. Capt. W. L. Messick was la Baitimore on buslnesa tbls week. Baptiat Soclal Circle Monday night next at Mrs. T. J. Haydon'a. A gpecial bualoess inteting ot tbe Hebckabs wlll be bcKI Monday night. 8. B. Griflith, with paiul and brusb.ls bcautifying Geo. T. Lokey's reeidence. Willle Haynie and Wallace Sruitb spent Sunday with relatlvesat Hebobotb. WANTED-A boy to clerk in store. Apply to J. H. Edwaros, Edwardsville, Va. Mrs. B. L. Wllling, little son and Mias Sadie Wllling are visiting relatives in Hampton. Horses of E. W. Long and Alonza James were badly cut tbls week by bar bed wire. Mlasea Nettie and Loulse Paluiir, of Kilmarnock, spent Monday with Miss Mary Lec. Fresh I'ork and Beef wlll be foucd at Mes? sick, Long oc Co'a. ercry Saturday. Registrar C. C. James beld forlh here on Saturday laat. Hegiatration hascloaed for tb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 14 October 1904

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank De Wltt Talmafe. D. D. Laa ABOBaaaa, CaJL, <vt. ?>. in this ?agBBBBj ti.t- pceaebsc eawparlnglj posea tho foiiy aad arlekodoeaoof BftdO. wiu'thcr it !>?> t'oun<i((i bbj aaceotrj | sessions. sot-iul positiou und iniha n<-.> or upon BBBWOOBal vanity. Tha t? \t is Proverba xxix. 23, "A inan'a pride shall bring him low." The PaphhagooJoa Bogooaa orotoj aaM to have had two hearts. Fhysioh?_ have good reason to doul.t that stnte ment. but etytnologists know thut there are some words that BOOBl to have two hearts. Uttered in one senae their nieanlng is good und pure. but uttered ln another BOaBO their meaiilng is OTU and corrupt. EJka tho ehameleon. they are able to chnnge their outer colnringa to sult their environments ln u bnd sense theae words have the cruven nu ricles of a culprit or ? had lntentioned man. Their skins are ns blu< k as the blaekness of the eternal night ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 21 October 1904

<\ $tnm (Eiltetu VoLUME XIV. 4^g^g;^ggg^^g Lancasie^County in Particular; the Korlhern Neck and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at Large. IRVINGTON, VIEGINIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBEK 21, 19047 NtJMBEB 3. O. O. WRENS. M? l>. 1- WKKNN. A. WRENN & SONS, 24T040UNION STREET, NORFOLK, VA., WHOLESALE MANUFACTTRERS 01 BUGQIES, RUNABOUT3, TRAPS, PHAETONS, AND SURREYS. Unequaled for Style, Comfort and Durability. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTGRS FOR 2 TO 40 UORSE POWER. CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., brook ave., NORFOLK, VA. ?>l M' FOR CATALO?l'K. SPEGIAL OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. We haveaeveral 14 borae-power Buffalo Gaaoline Motor*, laat year's model, with thia year'a improvement8, right from factory, which we offer for prompt acceptance at $500, ioatalled in boat FRANK T. CLARK GOMPANY, LTD. Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door JScreens. Poliahed Plate and Window Glass, Mantela, Tilea and Grates. Building...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 21 October 1904

$!? -ViffliBia (fittecn. OEHOCKAT1C WEEKLY. BUBeOlPTIOWi ?1 a year.in advance W. McDONALD LEE, ED1T0R. OUR TICKET. DEMOCHAT1U NOMINK! FOR FRESIOKNT: ALTON B. PAUKFU, OF NBMT YOHK. FOR VICE-PRESIORNT: HENUYG. DAVIS or WKST VIBOIKIA.. FO&CONURESS.FIRSTDISTRICT: W. A. JONES, OF HICHMOND COUNTY. Frlday, Octoher at, 1904. "<>FF \<MN. 0NA6IN, OONE A01N, FINNKilN." We today reproduce a somewhat lengthy repertoire for clucidation,see ing that we were crowdcd last week aud could not eiploit it when frc-sh: If we were nenrenough we would like to feel thcpulseof ourSouthside friend riaes tbo Nortturn Neck Neirs has pub lishedthe newsiteui about tliat prvaeher'* attaek on tJovernur Montnpuefor travel ingon Btmdaya to and from the St. Louin fair. It is unlnrtunnte to fnll intonron niption every timp ? ue\vn item reeounts some diRRgreoablt' fact.? Virginia Citizcn Oor "pulse" in normnl.hrother?\vc try not to h>t little tHngn like tbnt throw ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 21 October 1904

LOCAL MENTION. ?oaaaaunleartlona ataould t>v adUrraaed to "HGINIA ^'lTISKN. IrviUKtOD. V?. Capt. J. Edwia Bussells Is slck at his home here. Jack Brent left us Sunday for klabome iu IK-athsville. Joe Dougiaas spent Sunday with his partuts at Brookvalc. R. B. Brouu spent Sunday night at Editor Le'e's home here. Mrs. Mary Leland, of Ottoman, is here visiting her relatives. Garry Meesick aad Freddle Gunby are suITering after the manner of Job. Little Mary Towill gave a blrthday party Saturday to some little friends. W. II. Merchaut, of Frederickshurg, is keeping books for Irving Oyster Co. Charlic Mitcbcll is clerking for the Irvlugtou Facklng Co., at Jumes* wharf. t Freah Pork and Beer will bc found at Mos sick. Loiik * Co'a. evorv Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland George, of the Island, are visiting Mrs. Liiura Dun lon here. Jimmy ltowe and Barker Hopklns Icft Mouday night for Norfolk in eearch of employment. Epworth League literary meeti ng wil! be he!d tonlght (Friday) at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 21 October 1904

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmage. D. D. -?-M Los Angelos. Cal., Oct. !?'>. ln this sermon the preachor discusses the tendeney of soclety to unsjMiriugly con dcmu iu oue sox what is tolerated in the other and the almost unlversal hal'lt of denouncing in otbcrs sina which we conveal uud exeuse in our selves. The better way of the dlvine law ls lllustrated from the text John vUL r?, "What Bayeet thouV Have you studied constitutlonal law? Without doubt It offrrs one of the most appetlzlug feasts ever spread in the bauquet hall of the mont.ii eplcurcau. It follows with unerring eye the rami tleations of a governmeut's luterual or ganlsm, even aa a medieal student searcbes out tbe entanglcd pathways of the nerves and tnuscles and urteries of the human frnmo. Constitutlonal law is above all other kinds of law. The national cougress and tbe legtslntures of tbe states dcal with couditions as they arise, uud aome tlmes, in their haste to remedy un evil or to provide mea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 28 October 1904

axnxa VOLUME XIV. * Woefcly Journal De^o^tenjiMhe IntereslsjiUaiicaster County in Particular; ihe Northern Neck and Rappahannock Valley in General, and ihe World at Large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1904. NUMBEB 4. C. O. WREN.V Mcl?. TL. Ui'.rw A. WRENN & SONS, 24 TO 40 UNION 8TREET, NORFOLK, VA., WEOLESALE MANUFACTURERSOF BUGGIES, RUNABOUTS, TRAPS, PHAETONS, AND SURREYS. Unequaled for Style, Comfort and Durability. BUFFALO 6AS0LINE MOTORS FOR 3 TO 40 HORSE POWER. CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., brook ave., NORFOLK, VA. SKM? FOR CATALOOCK. SPECIAl OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. We haveecveral 14 hoise-power Buffalo Gasoline MotorB, last year's model, with this year's improvetnents, right from factory, which we offer for proropt acceptance at $500, ioatalied in boaL FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTD. Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door JScreens. Polishcd Plate and Window Glass, Mantels, Tiles and Gratea. Building Material Gen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 28 October 1904

?te'Virnima Citteet 0EM04JKATIC WKKKLY. 8UBSURIPTION: $1 a year, in advance W. MelMJNALU LEE, EDITOR. OUR TICKET. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES: FOR PKES1DENT: ALTON B. PARKER, OF HBW YORK. FOR VICE-PRKSIDRNT: HENRY O. DAYK of warr virhim* ?'0H CONtiRESS. Pl RST DISTRU T: W. A. JONES, Or KICBMORD COCRTT. Friday, October 148, H>o4. WHITHER DR1FTING? A week has rolled b\ and we can dispassionately allude to the recent wholeaale arraignment of illicit whiakey dealera in thia county, and some of the conditions that have made pcssible the continuous infrac tion of *our local optiou laws. The statutes of nearly all the states of thia Union?and among them is Virginia?recognize the right of a majority of the people in localities to regulate, and, if deemed expedient, to aboliah entirely the sale of ardent spirits. A rule by major? ity is good Republican aa well as Democratic doctriiif. He who can not endorse a doctrine, that is tanta mount to unanimoua so far as the government by parties i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 28 October 1904

LOCAL MENTION. * All commun'-ationo should beaddresseel to tha ViRoiNiAviTiHN. Irvluirtoa. \ a. llarry Ely is home fn>m a cruiae. OmpL F. A. liuubv nnd Jno. R. pyke were in Norfolk thia week. John HoRirmn, tinner, of Weema, is workinjcon.1. T. Riiee'* home. c?pt. W. L, Maaakft an.l i>r i \i. Irving are in Baltimore, oa Imaii. Aaasaaj aaa Eaaaat sk-k, now improved. nre: Mra. Fanuie Haydon, Mra. Knte Jaaaaa. Krrah Pork and Beer will l>e found ?t Mee aick. Long- k Co'a. cvorv Saturday. Mra. A. J. Hamilton left Tueaday for Baltimore, where Rk" will remain a few dnya. Mra. b. II. aTintiiaaoa.ofraaOoaitlauaaa, la thia week viaiting her aister, Mra. A. Jaaaaa, jr.. here. Capt. .1. H. Wliealton Hjient Snturtlny algjkl in thia yilhijjr** on lnisinvaa to the bnnk nnd the Citizkn otliee. ??? ^. Mra. L. II. trviaaj ia apending^ aome time with t'apt. Irvinjr's aister. Ifqs, A. Jnne Bonner, in Haltimore. Old papers at the Citizen offlce 20 cents a hundred. Our peo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 28 October 1904

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmatfe. D. D. Los Angeles, Cnl.. Oct 23.?To plve congrntulution t<> the successful nnd aympatby wltb tbe ajgmwlng nnd the 'distressed is urged by the preachor ln ?thia sermon. The text is Komaus xll. 15, "Kejeice with tbem tbat do rejolce. nnd wwp wltb them tliat weep." Terpetual aegregatJon. Itattatioo, sep aration, seclusion. wluntary exlle, t were eonaidered by many of the as cients us raeceaaarj adjuacta to tbe nt taliunent of tbe btghest eartbly de xtdoptuent of Christian perfccUuti. Be canae Christ fasted aial B*ra*fC*l in tbe wilderuess for f'orty long days many ? dlaciples of old believed that to be Uke ' Christ they must eontinnally live lu a ' wiklerness. weox sackcloth nnd ashes and do imthiag but pray and starve i and starve aud pray. They tried to walk wltb Uod, to be like Enoch, by refusing to walk wltfi their fellow men. They tried to live with Christ by sleeping on stone coucbea nnd shiver lug in damp eells...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 4 November 1904

VOLUME XIV. trgiitia I Weeklirloumal Devoted to the Ipteresis of lancastet County in Particular; the Northern Neck and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at Large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 15)0+ NUMBEK 5. ; o. o. v. kj-n s Mrl?. I.. WKKNN. A. WRENN & SONS, 24 TO40 UNION 8TREET, NORFOLK, VA., WHOLESALE MANUFACTl RERS OF BUGGIES, RUNABOUT3, TRAPS, PHAETONS, AND SURREYS. Unequaled for Style, Comfort and Durability. BUFFALO 6AS0LINE MOTORS FOR 2 TO 40 HOR3E POWER. CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE.. NORFOLK, VA. SKND FOR limiiHUIB SPEGIAl OFFER OF GASOUNE ENGINES. We have several 14 horse-power Buffalo Gasoline Motors, laet jear's model, with this year's improvements, right from factory, which we offer for prompt acceptance at $500, installed in boat FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY LTD? Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door JScreens. Polished Plate and Window Glass, Mantels, Tiles and Grates. Building Materia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 4 November 1904

?!u Virqiaia <nti*rn. OKMOCRATIC WEKKLT. BUBSCRU'TION: $1 a yoar.in adrance W. MclMJNALD LEE. EI>1T0R. OUR TICKET. DEMOUKATlC NOM1NEE3: FOR PRESIDKNT: ALTON B. PARKEK, OF NEW YORK. FOR Vi(i.-i'i:i;snii,\i HENRY G. DAV13, OP WKC?T VIKOIBIA FOA CONGRESS, F1RST DISTKK T W. A. JONES, OF KICHatOND COUNTY. Frlday, November 4, 1 '.><> i. RESOUNDING ALAUMS. Tbe Ruasian gorernment ia becom ing wondcrfully lenient towarda its poorer citizens. Tbe reforms sbe is instiiuting througbout the empirc are amazing tbe world. Kussia feels tbe lack of friendship beeauae of her protracted cruel treatment to her poor. Port Arthnr seems on the verge of anuihilation, and Kuropatkin and Oyama are lining up along the Sakhe river for tbe most stupemlous grapple yet experienced. But of all tbings the trouble with England, over Rojpstvensky's miaerable blunder m llring on peaceable Engliah u'aher xncn, ia absorbing moat attention. Early in the week it looke...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 4 November 1904

LOCAL MENTION. All commuotcatiuns shouM be addrraaed to | th? Viruinia Citizbi*. Irvlnirton. Va. Tuesday Ia the great day of election. Frank WilBhln waa ln Norfolk last' week. Aid Society to night (Prlday) at home of Mrs O. Stc. Smlth. Mlss Bernice Row? Is at Mrs. Nellle Uroas', Wcems, for a few daya. Loyola Leland left for Baltimore Tuca day, for a protracted atay very likely. Eugeoe Pbillipa, of Easex, la here at tbe lender merclea of Dr. Oliver.dentist Krneat Danlels, of Washingtoo, apent a few daya wltb frienda here tbis week. Freah Fork and Beer will bo found at sfea elck, Lon? a Co*a. everr Suturday. Dr. J. B. Smttb and Capt. Will White, who bave been "boaaed," are "better and about." Sam Griftith is maklug saw-dust tly with Capt. Metalck'a portable gasoliue wood aaw. QL UL Tbrlft, tbe allrrlng saleeman, dropped in Mondayto wiehus contioued proaperity. An oyater roaat waa indulged in last Friday evening at Rowe'a atore, in Weat Irvlngton. Mr. and Mra. Lee Maaon and children sp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 4 November 1904

Calmage Sertnon By Rev. Prank De Witt Talmatfe. D.D. Ixw Angeles. Cnl., Oet 'M.? In thia ?ertuon the preacher tells or tbe lv.au ties and the potemiaiities ??r |a)ntls> ueaa and humun kindneaa Ia the hotue. ia husiuess nnd in our evoryday deal inga with friends and enemies. The text la II Timothy 11, 24, mB? geutlo unto all uieu." Tbe great moral leavenera of the world have used but little blusting powder. They are uot pant uiasters iu the "Hlgb Order of Babbling <juar relera." I.lke the laborera, llftlng liigh er and higher tbe walls of Soloruou'a touiple ln JorusRloni. they make but Uttle noise. They tread tbe pnthway of Hfe with feet, for tbe most part, Fandaled ln velvet. Their voloee are not an angry growl, but a dulcet whlsper. Their breatb is not eyelonk. but a suiu mer zepbyr. Tbelr couutonnucee are not twisted wtth the demouluc pas siona of a Iiogarth's carlcature. Their eyes are not flashing with tbe Hght ninga of a MedUerranean euroHydou. They are re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 11 November 1904

tr$iiti& VOLUMB XIV. A Weefcly Journal Devoted to the Interests ot Lancaster County in Particular; the Notttiern Neck and Ranpahannock Valley in General, and the YYor'd ?t large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1904." NUMBEB 6. V. O. WRKNN Mrll. L. WKKNN. A. WRENN & SONS, 24 TO40UNION STREET, NORFOLK, VA., WHOLESALEMANVFACTURERSOF BUCKHES, RUNABOUTS, TRAPS, PHAETONS, AND SURREYS. Unequaled for Style, Comfort and Durability. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR YiORK BOWS LVHD YiMlHCHES. 2 TO 40 UOR3E POWER. CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK ave., NORFOLK, VA. SKNU rOK CATALOUCK. SPEGIAl OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. We have several 14 horse-power Buffalo Gasoliue JMotore, laat year'a model, with this year's improvements, right from factory, which we offer for prompt acceptance at $500, inatalled in boat FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY LTD? Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door Screens. Polished Plate and Window Glass, Mautels...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 11 November 1904

&hr Virginia Cttfejftu DEMOCRATIC WEEKLT. BUBSCRIPTION: $1 a yosr.in advance W. McDONALD LEE, EDITOR. Frlday, November 11, 1DU4. TAK1NG OUR MEDKMNE. "Tbe freeman's ballot, soft and still, Falla like the snowtiakc on the sod, And executea the freeman's will As lightnlng does the will of tiod." Oh what a slump. Iu only oue thing did we miacalculate?we thought New York State would go Democratic. Never for a moment aince national Democrata begau tbe wrangle over llearst and Parker did the Viboinia Citizen auticipate anything but defeat on Norember 8th. This does not mean that the reBult Tuesday does not grieve us, but that it did not jar us. We have reluctantly adniitted to ourselves Uoosevelt'a triumphant election for more than a year, and not one moment during tbat time have we had a ray of Lope for tbe Democratic ticket. The administration has been exceedingly aggressive. It has en trenched itself by tbe strong arm of federal patronage and the undue exercise of government...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 11 November 1904

LOCAL MENTION. All oomauolMtiiia* should b? *d<)re?ae4 to tbe Vihuinia Citisbm. Irrtnxtuu. Vs. ?. D. Alvord waa in Norfolk Tuesday. J. T. Rilee waa In Baltimore Wednes day. _ Capt. C. B. Riggln ia out, after a ahort apell of slckness. Lewia N. Blake, who bas been work ing in Poplar Neck, has returned bc me MUa LIzzle Tate, of Essex, arrlved Tuesday to vislt her slster, Mrs. II. J. DfkaV Misa Nlna Ilooten, of Baltimore, is viaitiag ber fnend, Mrs. J. Carroll llarding. Mrs. P. Eilakov, of Weems, was taken to Norfolk Frlday night for tre&tment at bospital. Communlcatlons. editorials aad other matter give way topolltical andwarnews tbls week. Judge T. R. B. Wright spent Wednes day uight bere eu route to tbe falr at Kilmarnock. Mra. E. D. Oliver returned Tuesday from a atay of several wetks with rela tlvea in Esaex. Freah Pork and Beef will be found at Mee alck. Ijong & Co'a. everv Saturday. Miss Nannie Mae Squires, of Poplar Neck, waa visiting Miss Mar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 11 November 1904

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank D? Witt Talmatfe. D. D. ar-mm-* Los Angelcs, Cal.. Nov. 0. From the autuuiiial frosts. the stripplug of for eat verdure and the woods now cnr peted with the falltng lenves tbe preacher ln thia sermon draws ? lesson ou the sbortuess of huuiuu life. The text la ls?!ab Ixlv, 6, "We all do fade as a leaf." Ia there nny time ln all the year more dellghtful for a vacution ln tbe country than the "Iudiau suruuierY'' Of course to the lover of unture the valleys nnd the mountaina liave their fuscluutlous at all seasons. Winter? eold, bleak, growliug. frcezing winter? has her months of glory. Then the trees, with their long, outstrett hed branches, nre like the vestal vlrglns of old, robed in spotloKs white. Then the Bturs. through tbe keen, bltlng January idghts, gleam brigbter thau nny other time of the yenr. Then the eouutry roads are echoing wltb the merrymak tugs of tbe sleighbeilg, nnd the llghts from the fnrmhouses are the beaeous to signal frlends to enter...

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